Level 2 Photography


Successful completion of Level 1 visual arts, including the 12 credit folio. See Mr Shawcross or Ms Mallinson for more information.

Course description:

Students will select subject matter and artistic ideas based on their own interests. Research into the history of photography and the development of photographic methods, processes, procedures and techniques including contemporary digital processes is an important component of this course. Photography artists relating to individual interests will be studied so that students can learn about a range of ideas and approaches from contemporary art photography practice.

Credits available:

AS91312 Use drawing methods to apply knowledge of conventions appropriate to photography 4

AS91317 Develop ideas in a related series of drawings appropriate to established photography practice 4

AS91322 Produce a systematic body of work that shows understanding of art making conventions and ideas within photography 12

Leads to:

Level 3 Photography, and Westnet Level 3 Art History.

Cost: To be confirmed. Students need to have their own digital camera.

Contact: Ms Mallinson or Mr Shawcross

Upcoming events

There are currently no upcoming events.
All events

School news

  • 23 Jul

    New Website for Westland High School

    After a lot of hard work and content preparation, we are delighted to make our new website live for Term 3 2018.

  • 12 May

    Hospitality – Lions Dinner Catering

    Tarm Tumahai and Hannah Kelsen, two of our Level 2 Hospitality students, volunteered to serve the meal at this...

    [Read more]
  • 11 May

    Bake Sale – Blue Penguin Trust

    This trimester, Mrs Cunningham’s year 7/8 class has been studying sustainability in social studies class...

    [Read more]
  • 11 May

    Students from France arrive

    Westland High School welcomes six students from France for nine weeks this term.

  • 08 May

    Year 13 Career Trip

    On the 10-11th of May a group of year 13’s, accompanied by the French Exchange Students, went to Christchurc...

    [Read more]
All news